On this question, I improved a suggested edit. Then someone came in and edited my edit and changed things like
i. I then got that suggestion in the review suggested edit queue, so I tried to reject with a custom message explaining how the edit was wrong. That suggestion was quickly approved by others, then another edit was made to that. It happened much too quickly for me to intervene.
I figured I would go then and perform a roll-back, but when I try to edit the post, that option is not available.
Looking at a Meta question (I do not have full edit rights on Meta), I do see the rollback option on a normal edit (selecting the
edit link at the bottom of the post). The question had already been previously edited — others that had not been edited logically did not have the drop-down.
Should the rollback always be available (like when suggesting an edit) or should it be harder to get to (like when you are able to edit freely)?